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(1)Regulations may provide for—
(a)the circumstances in which the duty in section 3(1) does not apply;
(b)the circumstances in which an education body is not required to, or is not permitted to, exercise powers of collaboration;
(c)the functions of an education body which may not be delegated under paragraphs (d), (e) and (f) of section 5(2);
(d)conditions that must be met for the exercise of powers of collaboration;
(e)the manner in which functions are to be discharged under collaboration arrangements;
(f)any other matters that are relevant to the exercise of powers of collaboration.
(2)Regulations may provide for—
(a)the establishment by education bodies of a joint committee of those bodies for the purpose of arrangements under section 5(2)(f) (“a joint committee”);
(b)the appointment of persons to serve on a joint committee (including provision as to the restrictions or other requirements relating to any such appointments) and their removal from office;
(c)the appointment of a clerk to a joint committee (including provision as to the restrictions or other requirements relating to any such appointment) and the removal of the clerk from office;
(d)the appointment by a joint committee of one of their number to act as clerk for the purposes of a meeting where the clerk fails to attend;
(e)rights of persons to attend meetings of a joint committee;
(f)restrictions on persons taking part in the proceedings of a joint committee;
(g)the dissolution of joint committees;
(h)sub-committees of joint committees (including provision for the exercise of functions of the joint committee by a sub-committee and provision in relation to sub-committees that may be made in relation to a joint committee under this section);
(i)other matters relating to the constitution or procedure of a joint committee.
(3)The power in subsection (4) applies in relation to—
(a)the functions of the education bodies which are to be discharged under paragraphs (d), (e) and (f) of section 5(2);
(b)the education bodies by whom those functions are to be discharged.
(4)Regulations may provide that any enactment is to have effect subject to all necessary modifications in its application in relation to those functions and the bodies by whom they are to be discharged.
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